Family Welfare Program
The Family Welfare Program is a program that reunites the family in Canada , by means of a relative submitting an invitation to the husband , or parents , if he is a citizen or resident of Canada , as follows :
Parents and grandparents : People who wish to apply for immigration to Canada , and they had the children there are over the age of 18 years , and can provide material support to their parents , can apply for immigration through them , and then choose the Citizenship and Immigration Canada 10000 Advanced only . .
Husband or wife : supports this system of marital relations , if he is willing to immigrate to Canada , a husband or wife living in Canada , he or she can apply for immigration through , because the decision to accept the request to the visa officer who oversees the review of the migrant file . .
Immigration documents you will need
There are some documents that must be available to anyone applying for immigration , including :
Birth certificate . Adoption papers . Marriage or divorce certificates. Educational certificates and papers proving the person's ability to work in his field . An approved vaccination record for children under 16 years of age. A valid driver's license. Recommendation letters from former employers. Police clearance certificates for anyone over the age of 18. Current passport. A copy of the personal ID. Two personal photos. Check-in, or confirmation of permanent residence for those who have obtained it. Proof of payments for the entire process, including all fees, and funds directly related to the citizenship application. Submit original translations and certificates with the attestation of the translator, if one of the documents sent is in other than the official Canadian languages, namely: English and French. If the applicant is to join an educational institution and professional association, proficiency must be demonstrated in the English language, and one of the most popular English language tests in the world is the IELTS test, and the test score depends on the required visa requirements, and the institution in which the person wishes to work or study, and in general, the test It measures English language proficiency on a scale from 1 to 9 in four skills: listening, writing, speaking, and reading.
The Provincial nominees route has become an increasingly popular method of immigration to Canada. Canadian provinces such as Alberta, Ontario, and British Columbia and other immigration programs have developed their own which have led to a rapid process for the emigration of skilled workers to Canada.
However, the Provincial Nominee Program generally requires that applicants remain in the respective provinces after their arrival in Canada.
Furthermore, most Provincial nominees programs require a job offer from a Canadian employer in order to qualify. For the sake of accurate and in-depth knowledge of the programs of each Canadian province in terms of conditions and ease, we invite you to watch this video.
Immigration to Canada through a sponsor from the family class sponsorship
Family reunification remains the cornerstone of Canadian immigration policy. Families in Canada can help their relatives to come to Canada on a permanent resident basis. In order to qualify to sponsor your relative, you must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. One of the spouses can bring the other spouse and any children you have with some or from a previous marriage. Unfortunately, bringing your parents or grandparents is not an option at this time. However, you can bring them to Canada under a special category called Super Visa.
LMIA work visa
Many applicants for Canadian immigration first obtain job offers from Canadian companies, apply for a work visa, and then, on this basis, immigrate to Canada. LMIA involves securing a Canadian job offer, after the Canadian employer submits an application for the LMIA through Service Canada and then the applicant applies for the work permit after the LMIA is approved. This is how it can lead to Canadian permanent residency.
Immigration to Canada through work
Immigration to Canada and working conditions in Canada are generally favorable and will be considered under this heading. According to statistics provided by reputable statistical sites, the unemployment rate in Canada was about 5.7 percent at the beginning of 2019. There are two main ways for applicants to enter the workforce and get a job in Canada.
The first method is to obtain a direct work visa, and to obtain a work visa, the applicant must obtain a job offer from a Canadian company or institution and use it to apply for a work visa.
The second method is to obtain permanent residence in Canada by one of the (Express Entry) methods. In these residency procedures, a person is granted permanent residence in Canada from the beginning, and then the person can enter the country with a work permit or a study permit. Express Entry sub-programs are the way the government has prepared to hire skilled workers and lead to permanent residency. For those who do not have a job offer and do not have work or study experience in Canada, only the skilled worker method is available. The Skill Worker method is the most popular way to immigrate to Canada among applicants to immigrate to Canada. This method is a relatively complex time-consuming process that has certain points in document presentation and is a Point Based Method (PBS) .